Edinburgh Studies in Anglo-American Relations

Series Editor(s): Steve Marsh, Alan P. Dobson

Relations between Britain and America constitute arguably the world's single most important bilateral relationship since the Second World War, from co-operation during the war and post-war recovery, through the Cold War to today's high profile war on terror. For much of this time, the relationship has been little debated or questioned outwith academic circles. However, recent and current events – 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq in particular – have brought discussion of the special relationship into the mainstream.

This series focuses on the bilateral relationship, and its impact on other actors on the world stage, in the 20th and 21st century. The political, economic, security and military aspects of the relationship form the main focus of volumes. Overall, the series demonstrates the significance of Anglo-American relations over the years, exploring patterns of co-operation and conflict, and providing an opportunity to further interrogate the relationship.

This series is now closed and is no longer accepting submissions.

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